[Wine] Emulate SNMP windows-service

Gert van den Berg wine-users at mohag.net
Sun Feb 15 05:04:32 CST 2009

On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 10:39 AM, redhatee2006
<wineforum-user at winehq.org> wrote:
> Can I emulate SNMP windows-service using wine? I explain for what - I wont install PlotBase PM (for print-scan machine Ricoh 240W) on CentOS 5. Now PlotBase PM install on Windows XP and I have problem with limiting TCP/IP connection. I don't wont install Windows Server 2000 or Windows Server 2003 only for this purpose and have idea install PlotBase PM on Linux.:) Can I solve given problem using wine?
Just trying to figure out what you want to:

As I understand it, you want to install PlotBase PM (probably the
server) on your PC.

It requires the Windows SNMP service to install? And you want to know
whether Wine can emulate it's presence?

If you just want SNMP, the is native options...

It seems that Plotbase PM Server might require a USB dongle, which
would probably not work in Wine. (I imagine  hearing somewhere that
certain dongles might work, I can not remember which ones and whether
or not a Wine patch is required.)

If it actually directly / via the vendor's Windows driver interacts
with the large format printers, it would have problems aas well, since
wine does not support Windows drivers. I supports printing via CUPS...

I assumed this is the software that you are talking about:


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